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The Curious Case of user Oracle WebLogic Server

The Curious Case of user Oracle WebLogic Server

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February 3, 2015

The Case

Have you ever had the problem that you can not login in http://<host>:7001/console as weblogic  user, no matter you did it a hundred times before?

The application keeps refusing your login, no matter your user/password are correct? The following annoying exception appears:

 

User: webogic, failed to be authenticated.

 

Not too helpful, since you know that your credentials are valid.

The Study

You will find several articles like this one: http://middlewaretechnologies.blogspot.com/2013/05/err-caused-by-javalangsecurityexception.html

Basically, they suggest deleting files and restarting managed server. I`m pretty sure they will help.

But  I was convinced that there is more simple way.

I also was toо lazy at that point to do a difficult solution.

The Inspiration

Since I knew my credentials are correct I did not want to delete files, restart servers and so on. I suspected something got corrupted for weblogic user.

One of my initial thoughts was that weblogic simply got locked.

This link gave me the inspiration I needed:

 

https://community.oracle.com/thread/2524077?tstart=0

 

The Execution

Initially, I had some difficulties finding the Security screen and this is why I will add a couple of screenshots.

picture 1

 

Go to Security. Go to Unlock User.

Type ‘weblogic’ 

Picture 2 

Hit Save. The Magic happened.

Useful references

https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E17904_01/UnlockUserAccounts.html

 

Do you have other solution – share it in the comment below!

Valery Borisov

JavaEE and Oracle Developer at Dreamix

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